Radisson Blu Hotel, Athlone

Address: Northgate Street, Athlone, County Westmeath, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Northgate Street, Athlone, is near Sean's, Athlone Castle, Locke's Distillery Museum, and Viking Tours.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


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          • Room service
          • Business Services

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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Athlone

          Last day ... already!

          A travel blog entry by emeraldembrace on Jul 24, 2015

          7 photos

          ... a little early. We had some time to rest before the night's events, but wanted to explore the hotel. The 18th century mansion/hotel was very grand and classy. We walked around the well-manicured yards with beautiful flower arrangements and fountains. Our evening was quite exciting. Taylor’s Three Rock Pub was an excellent show of dancing, music, food, drinks, and ...

          "Red" Will Danagher

          A travel blog entry by swdsull on Aug 07, 2013

          5 comments, 31 photos

          ... on how to pronounce the almost illogical way words are spelled in Gaelic.

          We already know there are some strange pronunciations to the way things are written in Irish; my own name shows that "S" followed by the vowel "e" produces the "-sh" sound (the same sound is created when "S" precedes "i"). But as for their strange diphthongs, an example is the town name of Galway, as I wrote above. "Galway" is the anglicized way of spelling Gaillimh, and shows how the ...

          The region of Connemara

          A travel blog entry by morganmcdonnell on Jun 27, 2013

          5 comments, 58 photos

          ... the way to the epicenter of population in Connemara, Clifden, for a bite to eat and back to the city of Galway. The town of Clifden was founded by the Galway General D'arcy. The Kylemore castle was built as a wedding gift from husband to wife, though after only three years of the couple's inhabitance of the castle, the wife passed away from disease. Until a few years ago, the Abbey was run by Benedictine nuns as a school for girls.

          Horse poops and spandex slippers!

          A travel blog entry by ju.tremblay on Mar 24, 2013

          1 comment, 2 photos

          Hi guys!

          Already one week (and 3 days) has passed since I arrived in Ireland! After all the unexpected events I experienced during my travel from Quebec to Athlone, I discovered a lovely host family and a beautiful landscape near the huge house where I will live during my immersion! What good news to comfort me after all ...

          Day Four – Castles and Tombs

          A travel blog entry by meckley on Oct 14, 2012

          14 photos

          ... going to get a little handsy when the lights went out!

          Our next stop was Trim or St John’s Castle in Trim. It is the largest Norman castle in Ireland. It was completed in the early thirteenth century. As with many castles, the original was a wooden castle and after the last fire, it was rebuilt in stone. We had nice tour guide that realized that she could joke around with us. At one point, we ...